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No sound Hey everybody a couple of days ago AVG antivirus was updating into avg 8 , and all of the sound the computer crashed, no more sound, and whenever i tried to run anything, after a few minutes, i would get the blue screen of death and a message showing me that there was some error with an avg file, so i went and removed avf altogether from the pc, and the crashing problem stopped, but, still there was no sound, i totally uninstalled realtek HD audio drivers, removed it all, and made windows install its own drivers, still no sound, reinstalled realtek again and still no sound, i dont have any sound programs or any mixing utilities that might make any conflicts with my current drivers, so i reinstalled windows vista all over again, fresh new copy, and still no sound, installed realtek drivers, and no sound still, when i go to control panel , it says that i dont have any speakers connect, even though they are, and i've tested them on other pc's and they work fine, when i go to sound in control panel , and i click on the speakers that it says its not connected and then go to properties and try to play a test tone under advanced i get a message that says "error-failed to play test tone" im really afraid that something mightve happened to my motherboard, because its not detecting that there are speakers whenever i unplug and plug them back in , which i usually get the auto-popup for it. i hope somebody can help me with this problem, thanx everybody

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  • stonecold2k Oct 31, 2008

    hey the terrier, avg has been totally uninstalled, how do i check if the audio is disabled in the system bios, can u help me with that? thanx alot, cheers mate

  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    I Un Installed The sound drivers LOL

  • Andy Bathgate
    Andy Bathgate May 11, 2010

    before you rush out for a new sound card, check audio has not been disabled in the system bios by avg install prep (assuming its onboard)

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At start up, press the del key or on newer boards f2 key (since you have'nt metioned what board you have)this enters you into the system BIOS but try "advanced " on the overhead menu" and look for "audio" enable/ or disable use the enter key on your keyboard to select enable and hopefully thats you fixed if not its a trip to the computer shop. if you need any more assistance look me up at fixya

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